RTEMS is a real-time executive which provides a high performance environment for embedded applications on a range processors and embedded hardware. This page is the kick-off for information on RTEMS, real-time and embedded programming and use of the Wiki itself.
- GSoC Getting Started - getting up to speed with RTEMS development for GSoC students.
- Quick Start - another way to get up to speed
Google Summer of Code
The RTEMS Project plans to apply to be an organization in the 2012 edition of the Google Summer of Code (GSOC). We are hoping for the best. We encourage students to apply to tackle one of our Open Projects or suggest their own.
The RTEMS Community is proud to have participated in five previous editions of the Google Summer of Code as well as the 2011 and 2010 editions of Google Code In (GCI). In 2011 we again had eight students. In 2010, we had eight students, in 2009 there were six students with another using the mentor donation and a donation from OAR Corporation, and in 2008 we received four student slots. These students have contributed great code and some have continued to be a part of the community. We have been impressed with the quality of both high school and college students who have participated in the GSOC and GCI programs.
RTEMS General Information
- General Information about RTEMS including Mission Statement and Steering Committee
- RTEMS Release Series
- RTEMS Feature Set, General Concepts, and Supported Filesystems
- Development Tools, Quick Start, and RTEMS Training Opportunities
- Ada and RTEMS
- RTEMS Graphics Toolkit
- RTEMS Applications, references to where is RTEMS used and by whom
- RTEMS Mailing Lists
- Reporting a Bug
- Join the RTEMS WebRing
- RTEMS Project Timeline
- Published References to RTEMS
- Networking with RTEMS
- Downloading RTEMS via FTP or HTTP
- Current Events
- RTEMS License
- RTEMS Internet Relay (IRC)
- RTEMS FAQ for things that defy categorization
RTEMS Application Development
- Supported CPU Families
- Available Board Support Packages (BSPs) Along with Advice and Status
- RTEMS Eclipse Information
- Development Host Environments supported by RTEMS. Direct links to popular hosts:
- Tool Hints such as patching a file, using C++, what is multlib plus more.
- How To's
- Help Building RTEMS
- Hints for Debugging BSPs and Applications
- Hardware Debugging Aids
- Running RTEMS in a Simulator
- Free Software and Commercial Software That Works With RTEMS
- Date/Time Issues in Systems Using RTEMS
- Status of RTEMS Tools
Release Series Notes
- 4.11 Release Notes -- GIT will become 4.11
- 4.10 Release Notes
- 4.9 Release Notes
- 4.8 Release Notes
- 4.7 Release Notes
- 4.6 Release Notes
RTEMS Developer Information
- Contributing: How Can I Contribute?
- Why Should I Contribute?
- RTEMS Git Repository
- Submitting a BSP
- RTEMS Remote Access Lab and Build Farm
- Coding Conventions and Doxygen Recommendations
- RTEMS Test Plan, Test Suites, and Coverage Analysis
- RTEMS Algorithmic Complexity
- Building for an Alternate Distribution
- A Few of the Contributors
- RTEMS RTEMS Ideas
- Open Projects contains the Wish List for RTEMS. Add your wish here. :)
- Small Projects contains a list of things we need done that don't require a lot of time and often no coding at all.